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Submissions from 2016

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Our Critics Might Have Valid Concerns: Reducing Our Propensity to Conflate, Carolyn Becker

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Early Verb Learning: How Do Children Learn How to Compare Events?, Jane B. Childers, Rebecca Parrish, Christina V. Olson, Clare Burch, Gavin Fung, and Kevin McIntyre

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Does 'Fear of Dying' Indicate a More Severe Presentation of Panic Disorder?, Douglas Gazarian, Matthew D. Multach, William D. Ellison, Iwona Chelminski, Kristy Dalrymple, and Mark Zimmerman

Shared Risk Factors for Mood-, Eating-, and Weight-Related Health Outcomes, Andrea B. Goldschmidt, Melanie Wall, Tse-Hwei J. Choo, Carolyn Becker, and Dianne Neumark-Sztainer

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Judging Knowledge in the Digital Age: The Role of External-Memory Organization, Kristy A. Hamilton, Kevin McIntyre, and Paula T. Hertel

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Cognitive Bias Modification: Retrieval Practice to Simulate and Oppose Ruminative Memory Biases, Paula T. Hertel, Amaris Maydon, Julia Cottle, and Janna N. Vrijsen

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The Three-Legged Stool of Evidence-Based Practice in Eating Disorder Treatment: Research, Clinical, and Patient Perspectives, Carol B. Peterson, Carolyn Becker, Janet Treasure, Roz Shafran, and Rachel Bryant-Waugh

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Practicing Emotionally Biased Retrieval Affects Mood and Establishes Biased Recall a Week Later, Janna N. Vrijsen, Paula T. Hertel, and Eni S. Becker

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Grandiose Narcissism Predicts Willingness to Behave Badly, Without Proportional Tolerance for Others’ Bad Behavior, Harry M. Wallace, Benjamin R M Scheiner, and Andrew Grotzinger

Submissions from 2015

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Effectiveness of a Peer-Delivered Dissonance-Based Program in Reducing Eating Disorder Risk Factors in High School Girls, Anna C. Ciao, Janet D. Latner, Krista E. Brown, Daria S. Ebneter, and Carolyn Becker

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Rumination: Cognitive Consequences of Training to Inhibit the Negative, Shimrit Daches, Nilly Mor, and Paula T. Hertel

Mechanisms of Repetitive Thinking: Introduction to the Special Series, Rudi De Raedt, Paula T. Hertel, and Edward R. Watkins

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The Clinical Significance of Single Features of Borderline Personality Disorder: Anger, Affective Instability, Impulsivity, and Chronic Emptiness in Psychiatric Outpatients, William D. Ellison, Lia Rosenstein, Iwona Chelminski, Kristy Dalrymple, and Mark Zimmerman

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Reducing Eating Disorder Risk Factors: A Pilot Effectiveness Trial of a Train-the-Trainer Approach to Dissemination and Implementation, Rebecca Greif, Carolyn Becker, and Tom Hildebrandt

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The effects of rumination induction on attentional breadth for self-related information, Maud Grol, Paula T. Hertel, Ernst H.W Koster, and Rudi De Raedt

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Cognition in emotional disorders: An abundance of habit and a dearth of control, Paula T. Hertel

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Distracted by Cues for Suppressed Memories, Paula T. Hertel and Jeffrey A. Hayes

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Body Image in Adult Women: Moving Beyond the Younger Years, Lisa S. Kilpela, Carolyn Becker, Nicole Wesley, and Tiffany Stewart

Distributed and Condensed Versions of a Cognitive Dissonance Programme: Comparative Effects on Eating Disorder Risk Factors and Symptoms, Lisa S. Kilpela, Lindsey B. DeBoer, Mary Clare Alley, Katherine Presnell, Julia West McGinley, and Carolyn Becker

Impact of Situational Threat on the Behavioral Activation System, Paige E. Naylor, Kaileigh A. Byrne, and Harry M. Wallace

The Corpus Callosum in Primates: Processing Speed of Axons and the Evolution of Hemispheric Asymmetry, Kimberley A. Phillips, Cheryl D. Stimpson, Jeroen B. Smaers, Mary Ann Raghanti, Bob Jacobs, Anastas Popratiloff, Patrick R. Hof, and Chet C. Sherwood

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When People Evaluate Others, the Level of Others’ Narcissism Matters Less to Evaluators who are Narcissistic, Harry M. Wallace, Andrew Grotzinger, Tyler J. Howard, and Nousha Parkhill

Submissions from 2014

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Changing the course of comorbid eating disorders and depression: what is the role of public health interventions in targeting shared risk factors?, Carolyn Becker, Maribel Plasencia, Lisa Smith Kilpela, Morgan Briggs, and Tiffany Stewart

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Interpretive Habit Is Strengthened by Cognitive Bias Modification, Paula T. Hertel, Molly Holmes, and Amanda Benbow

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Looking on the dark side: Rumination and cognitive bias modification, Paula T. Hertel, Nilly Mor, Chiara Ferrari, Olivia Hunt, and Nupur Agrawal

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Reducing Eating Disorder Risk Factors: A Controlled Investigation of a Blended Task-Shifting/Train-the-Trainer Approach to Dissemination and Implementation, Lisa S. Kilpela, Kaitlin Hill, Mackenzie Kelly, Joanna Elmquist, Paige Ottoson, Thomas Hildebrandt, and Carolyn Becker

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Reducing Eating Disorder Risk Factors: A Controlled Investigation of a Blended Task-shifting/Train-the-Trainer Approach to Dissemination and Implementation, Lisa S. Kilpela, Kaitlin Hill, Mackenzie Kelly, Joanna Elmquist, Paige Ottoson, Demetra Keith, Thomas Hildebrandt, and Carolyn Becker

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Interpretation Bias Characterizes Trait Rumination, Nilly Mor, Paula T. Hertel, Thuy Anh Ngo, Tal Shachar, and Shimrit Redak

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Moderators and Predictors of Response to Eating Disorder Risk Factor Reduction Programs in Collegiate Female Athletes, T M. Stewart, M Plasencia, H Han, H Jackson, and Carolyn Becker

Submissions from 2013

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I’m not just fat, I’m old: Has the study of body image talk overlooked “old talk?”, Carolyn Becker, Phillippa C. Diedrichs, Glen Jankowski, and Chelsey Werchan

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Reducing self-objectification: Are dissonance-based methods a possible approach?, Carolyn Becker, Kaitlin Hill, Rebecca Greif, Hongmei Han, and Tiffany Stewart

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Attention to Explicit and Implicit Contrast in Verb Learning, Jane B. Childers, Amy Hirshkowitz, and Kristin Benavides

Psychological Skills Do Not Always Help Performance: The Moderating Role of Narcissism, Ross Roberts, Tim Woodman, Lew Hardy, Louise Davis, and Harry M. Wallace

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Suppression-Induced Reduction in the Specificity of Autobiographical Memories, Elizabeth Stephens, Amy Braid, and Paula T. Hertel

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Eating disorder prevention: current evidence-base and future directions, Eric Stice, Carolyn Becker, and Sonja Yokum

Submissions from 2012

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How Judgments Change Following Comparison of Current and Prior Information, Dolores Albarracin, Harry M. Wallace, William Hart, and Rick D. Brown

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Can we reduce eating disorder risk factors in female college athletes? A randomized exploratory investigation of two peer-led interventions, Carolyn Becker, Leda McDaniel, Stephanie Bull, Marc Powell, and Kevin McIntyre

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Children Use Different Cues to Guide Noun and Verb Extensions, Jane B. Childers, M. Elaine Heard, Kolette Ring, Anushka Pai, and Julie Sallquist

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Brooding Deficits in Memory: Focusing Attention Improves Subsequent Recall, Paula T. Hertel, Amanda A. Benbow, and Elke Geraerts

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Suppression-Induced Forgetting on a Free-Association Test, Paula T. Hertel, Daniel Large, Ellen Stuck, and Allison Levy

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Reflected Appraisal through a 21st-Century Looking Glass, Harry M. Wallace and Dianne M. Tice

Submissions from 2011

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Attention to Multiple Events Helps 2 1/2-Year-Olds Extend New Verbs, Jane B. Childers

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Cognitive Bias Modification: Past Perspectives, Current Findings, and Future Applications, Paula T. Hertel and Andrew Mathews

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Recollection Is Impaired by the Modification of Interpretation Bias, Paula T. Hertel, Elaina Vasquez, Amanda Benbow, and Megan Hughes

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A Comparison of Mindfulness, Nonjudgmental, and Cognitive Dissonance-Based Approaches to Mirror Exposure, Cynthia A. Luethcke, Leda McDaniel, and Carolyn Becker

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Cognitive Bias Modification: Induced Interpretive Biases Affect Memory, Tanya B. Tran, Paula T. Hertel, and Jutta Joormann

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Narcissistic Self-Enhancement, Harry M. Wallace

Submissions from 2010

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Peer-Facilitated Cognitive Dissonance versus Healthy Weight Eating Disorders Prevention: A Randomized Comparison, Carolyn Becker, Chantale Wilson, Allison Williams, Mackenzie Kelly, Leda McDaniel, and Joanna Elmquist

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Cognitive Habits and Memory Distortions in Anxiety and Depression, Paula T. Hertel and Faith Brozovich

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The suppressive power of positive thinking: Aiding suppression-induced forgetting in repressive coping, Paula T. Hertel and L. McDaniel

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Training the forgetting of negative material: The role of active suppression and the relation to stress reactivity, Joelle LeMoult, Paula T. Hertel, and Jutta Joormann

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Interpretation Training Influences Memory for Prior Interpretations, Elske Salemink, Paula T. Hertel, and Bundy Mackintosh

Submissions from 2009

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Law Enforcement Preferences for PTSD Treatment and Crisis Management Alternatives, Carolyn Becker, Glenn Meyer, John S. Price, Melissa M. Graham, Ashley Arsena, David A. Armstrong, and Elizabeth Ramon

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Use of empirically supported interventions for psychopathology: Can the participatory approach move us beyond the research-to-practice gap?, Carolyn Becker, Eric Stice, Heather Shaw, and Susan Woda

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Early Verb Learners: Creative or Not?, Jane B. Childers

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Korean- and English-speaking children use cross-situational information to learn novel predicate terms, Jane B. Childers and Jae H. Paik

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Training forgetting of negative material in depression, J. Joormann, Paula T. Hertel, J. LeMoult, and I. H. Gotlib

I Knew It All Along, Unless I Had to Work to Learn What I Know, Harry M. Wallace, Michelle Chang, Patrick J. Carroll, and Jodi Grace

Narcissism and Task Persistence, Harry M. Wallace, C Beth Ready, and Erin Weitenhagen

Submissions from 2008

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Effectiveness of Peer-led Eating Disorders Prevention: A Replication Trial, Carolyn Becker, Stephanie Bull, Katherine Schaumberg, Adele Cauble, and Amanda Franco

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Biases in interpretation and memory in Generalized Social Phobia, Paula T. Hertel, F. Brozovich, J. Joormann, and I. H. Gotlib

Depression-related differences in learning and forgetting responses to unrelated cues, Paula T. Hertel and A. Mahan

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Dissonance-based Interventions for the Prevention of Eating Disorders: Using Persuasion Principles to Promote Health, Eric Stice, Heather Shaw, Carolyn Becker, and Paul Rohde

Interpersonal Consequences of Forgiveness: Does Forgiveness Deter or Encourage Repeat Offenses?, Harry M. Wallace, Julie Juola Exline, and Roy F. Baumeister

Submissions from 2007

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An Analogue Study of Patient Preferences for Exposure versus Alternative Treatments for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Carolyn Becker, Ellen Darius, and Katherine Schaumberg

Impairments in inhibition or cognitive control in psychological disorders, Paula T. Hertel

Home-Field Advantage and Disadvantage, Harry M. Wallace

Submissions from 2006

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Peer Facilitated Eating Disorder Prevention: A Randomized Effectiveness Trial of Cognitive Dissonance and Media Advocacy, Carolyn Becker, Lisa M. Smith, and Anna C. Ciao

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Joint attention and word learning in Ngas-speaking toddlers in Nigeria, Jane B. Childers, Julie Vaughan, and Donald A. Burquest

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Am I blue? Depressed mood and the consequences of self focus for the interpretation and recall of ambiguous words, Paula T. Hertel and L. El-Messidi

Submissions from 2005

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Reducing Eating Disorder Risk Factors in Sorority Members: A Randomized Trial, Carolyn Becker, Lisa M. Smith, and Anna C. Ciao

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Intentional forgetting benefits from thought substitution, Paula T. Hertel and G. Calcaterra

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Remembering the good, forgetting the bad: Intentional forgetting of emotional material in depression, J. Joormann, Paula T. Hertel, F. Brozovich, and I. Gotlib

The Influence of Attitudes on Beliefs: Formation and Change, Kerry L. Marsh and Harry M. Wallace

Audience Support and Choking Under Pressure: A Home Disadvantage?, Harry M. Wallace, Roy F. Baumeister, and Kathleen D. Vohs

Submissions from 2004

Survival and Change in Judgments: A Model of Activation and Comparison, Dolores Albarracin, Harry M. Wallace, and Laura R. Glasman

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A Survey of Psychologists’ Attitudes Towards and Utilization of Exposure Therapy for PTSD, Carolyn Becker, Claudia Zayfert, and Emily Anderson

Two 1/2-year-old children use animacy and syntax to learn a new noun, Jane B. Childers and C. H. Echols

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Memory for Emotional and Nonemotional Events in Depression: A Question of Habit?, Paula T. Hertel

Persistence, Dianne M. Tice, Harry M. Wallace, and Andrew C. Harter

Submissions from 2003

Children extend both words and non-verbal actions to novel exemplars, Jane B. Childers and M. Tomasello

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Depressive deficits in forgetting, Paula T. Hertel and M. Gerstle

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Transfer of training emotionally biased interpretations, Paula T. Hertel, A. Matthews, S. Peterson, and K. Kintner

The Reflected Self: Creating Yourself as (You Think) Others See You, Dianne M. Tice and Harry M. Wallace

Submissions from 2002

Conquest by Force: A Narcissistic Reactance Theory of Rape and Sexual Coercion, Roy F. Baumeister, Kathleen R. Catanese, and Harry M. Wallace

Two-year-olds learn novel nouns, verbs, and conventional actions from massed or spaced exposures, Jane B. Childers and M. Tomasello

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Emotional episodes facilitate word recall, Paula T. Hertel and C. Parks

The Effects of Success versus Failure Feedback on Further Self-Control, Harry M. Wallace and Roy F. Baumeister

The Performance of Narcissists Rises and Falls With Perceived Opportunity for Glory, Harry M. Wallace and Roy F. Baumeister

Submissions from 2001

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Specificity of the Social Interaction Self-Statement Test in Social Phobia, Carolyn Becker, Nicole Namour, Claudia Zayfert, and Mark T. Hegel

The role of pronouns in young children’s acquisition of the English transitive construction, Jane B. Childers and M. Tomasello

Spontaneous Gender-Stereotypical Categorization of Trait Labels and Job Labels, Jerzy J. Karylowski, Michael A. Motes, Harry M. Wallace, Heather A. Harckom, Eric M. Hewlett, Stacy L. Maclean, John L. Parretta, and Cherin L. Vaswani

Submissions from 2000

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Approche Cognitive de la Dépression: Pensées Intrusives et Contrôle de la Pensée, Paula T. Hertel

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The Cognitive-Initiative Account of Depression-Related Impairments in Memory, Paula T. Hertel

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Capacity and Procedural Accounts of Impaired Memory in Depression, Paula T. Hertel and Thorsten Meiser

Mood and Emotion Control: Some Thoughts on the State of the Field, Dianne M. Tice and Harry M. Wallace

Submissions from 1999

Coping and Ego Depletion: Recovery After the Coping Process, Roy F. Baumeister, Jon E. Faber, and Harry M. Wallace

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Using Priming to Study Social Categorization, Jerzy J. Karylowski, Harry M. Wallace, Michael A. Motes, Diana Van Liempd, and Stephanie Eicher

The Need for Closure and the Need for Structure: Interrelationships, Correlates, and Outcomes, Christopher Leone, Harry M. Wallace, and Kevin Modglin

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Research Methods in Cognition and Emotion, W Gerrod Parrott and Paula T. Hertel